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Biochemistry: Combining two catalytic worlds

This is how chemical processes could become more environmentally friendly


Chemical and biological catalysts tend to require very different reaction conditions, making their combination challenging. Researchers of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have succeeded in taking this hurdle by using a special gel matrix to compartmentalize both types of catalysts. The results ...


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Nanoscale engineering transforms particles into 'LEGO-like' building blocks


Led by the University of Melbourne the work holds promise for micro and nano scale applications including drug delivery, chemical sensing and energy storage. Frank Caruso, Professor and ARC Australian Laureate Fellow, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering said that the team ...


Baking blueberries changes their polyphenol content


Blueberries are called a "superfood" for their high polyphenol content, but when served as warm, gooey pie filling or when lending bursts of sweet flavor to a muffin, their "super" health benefits change. Scientists studied how cooking and baking affect the increasingly popular fruit's ...


Sticking power of plant polyphenols used in new coatings

Compounds found in red wine and green tea stick to anything, retain useful properties


A simple kitchen sink experiment helped Northwestern University researchers discover that green tea leaves not only can be used to steep a good cup of tea, but they make an excellent antibacterial coating, too. And so can red wine, dark chocolate and cacao beans, they found. It's the powerful and ...


Possible antitumor substances in red wine are formed during ageing in oak barrels


Polyphenols not only give red wine its characteristic dry flavor, they are also the basis for the recent good reputation of this stimulant as a true health drink. They are believed to prevent heart disease and atherosclerosis. French researchers working with Stéphane Quideau have now ...


MediGene AG announces the start of a phase 3 trial for PolyphenonE to treat genital warts


The German biopharmaceutical company MediGene AG, Munich, (NMarkt: MDG), announced today that a phase 3 trial for Polyphenon™E to treat genital warts caused by Human Papilloma Viruses was initiated end of December 2000. MediGene currently has three product candidates in clinical trials ...


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